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I Feel Bloggy

You got nothin' on dufus, girl.

I feel bloggy
Oh so bloggy
I feel bloggy and witty today
And I pity
Any blog that isn't mine, okay?

I've been writing
Yes been writing
It's fright'ning the writing I've done
And so witty
That I really have been having fun

See that funny pun in the comments there?
Who can that commenter be?
Such a funny line
Such a funny phrase
Such a punny style
Such a punny ME!

I feel punning
And entrancing
Feel like punning
And joking with glee
For you love
Yes, a pretty wonderful ME!


I feel bloggy
Oh so bloggy
That blog friends should comment to me
Just a comment
Should be left to honour me

I feel happy
I feel funny
I feel happy and funny, I'm fine
What's so funny?
Quirkyloon likes her own behind!

See the punny guy on the internet
(Internet, where?)
What can his avatar be?   

Such a funny line
Such a funny phrase
Such a punny style
Such a punny ME!

I've been foolin'
And been joshin'
Felt like pulling the wool o'er your eyes
'Cause I'm just
A humour blogger kinda guy!

"That Dufus is so hot"


Don said…
Was I supposed to sing that to a song from West Side Story? Somehow, it just ain't fittin' in iambic pentameter...
00dozo said…
Have they been adjusting your meds lately??
nonamedufus said…
Don: Yeah, it fits "I Feel Pretty" perfectly "I feel bloggy, oh so bloggy..."
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: Yeah, actually, I had an IV, Monday. How'd you know?
Tarheel Rambler said…
Paris was high on coke when she made that statement, wasn't she?
Quirkyloon said…
Hee hee hee!

Thanks for the shoutout and of course, I love my behind. There's so much of it to lurve!

hee hee

Great song parody. And as a non-lesbian gal, Natalie was hawt!
nonamedufus said…
Tarheel Rambler: Heaven's no. I paid her big bucks for that endorsement.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: You're a little behind today in your commenting (heh,heh). Natalie was hot, yes.
Was the photo of Paris taken before or after her latest escapade? And are you really proud of a known drug fiend being in love with you? ;)

Oh, wait, that's not Paris Hilton? My bad. :)
nonamedufus said…
UR: After her latest escapade. I'm trying to rehabilitate her. First thing I'll do is smack (no pun intended) her every time she says "That's hot".
Leeuna said…
Glad you're feeling bloggy today, Dufe. Paris looks kinda goofy today though...oh wait, she always looks that way. du-ohhh.
nonamedufus said…
Leeuna: Your comment was hot!
Nicky said…
I've got some bad news for you. You may be feeling bloggy, but Riff is dead and Tony killed Bernardo. Sorry dude.
brookeamanda said…
I want to have some of whatever you were on when you came up with that. It's brillant!!!!!
You're drinking again, aren't you?
nonamedufus said…
Nicky: You mean there isn't a place for us tonight after all?
nonamedufus said…
brookeamanda: It's available only through prescription. But I might be able to get you a referral.
nonamedufus said…
Mike: What on earth makes you say that? **I feel happy, I feel funny, I feel happy and funny, I'm fine**

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